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Mona Lisa on the Moon, The life and death of Mona Ann Lisa on the Moon, 32,000 years in the making by George B. (Fiction)

 
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The Ancient's defense system . . .

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Silver continued: "Prior to the disaster the Ancients used their quantum sight (imaging capabilities) to design and build a ground based defense system to repel what they thought might be coming. There were seven (7) locations scattered in strategic locations across the globe. They conceived of a defensive weapon that used a dumb warhead made of materials that's mass was concentrated down from that of a small asteroid to a pellet that was contained within a electromagnetic force field. This was done using quantum technology now lost to even us. The Mount Olympia site was the one located and studied by your daughter's friend Dr Sue Grammar.

When the threat was to appear an automated guided missile with the pellet warhead would intercept the threat as far away from the earth's surface as possible. The system was only partially successful, a small yet lethal comet was discovered just prior to inevitable impact. The system activated but was only able to just deflect the comet over the subcontinent of India at a very low altitude. The resulting sky burst caused the same scenario 50,000 years ago that you are witnessing now with the global war."

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Our prophets confirm this information, we have less than two years to prevent it!"

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Ben asks: Silver, I still don't know what a 50,000 year old disaster has to do with our current disaster, the Atlantis Alliance and Peggy and I?

"OK here it goes . . . the Atlantis Alliance discovered historical information that would tend to predict the rogue comet's return, soon. It appears it has the same orbit as before except this time it is more likely to collide directly. We need you Ben and Peggy Lisa, Moonbeam, Leviathan and your daughter Mona to stop the End of planet earth. Our prophets confirm this information, we have less than two years to prevent it!"
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That was the last thing she remembered.

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Sue Grammar was furious about being denied the chance to go with the recon team to the surface.

Do you for one minute think some damn contract small print will keep me from doing what I know I need to do? She heard the recon team had to stand down because of some maintenance issue with the vertical takeoff and landing rescue craft. So when the team left for some coffee she crawled aboard and hid in the rescue gear below deck.

The vehicle launched two hours later and Sue was getting cramped and beaten up by the gear which was not tied down well. The ride was very violent with sharp banks and turns frequently. She could smell terrible odors and the heat was extremely uncomfortable. What made it worse was the fact she could see nothing from her hiding place below deck. About an hour into the mission the craft began a steep descent, then a violent pull up. That was the last thing she remembered.

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stop the prophecy of doom

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Peggy and Ben now alone in the laboratory were wanting to bring Moonbeam to full consciousness but were busy compiling all the new data from the historical and current libraries of the Prometheus Council and the Guardianship. They wanted Moonbeam to survey the new information and confirm what Silver had related to them in the marathon breakfast meeting.

Of particular interest were some pre-human texts that Silver could not interpret but that she thought was important in understanding the whole story about the "Threat out there" and its timing, cause and possible solution. The Scientists must gain as much understanding as possible as quickly as possible if they hoped to stop the prophecy of doom.

Moonbeam's final phase of consciousness was projected to be fulminate in about two hours.

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It didn't look good even to an eternal optimist.

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When Sue woke up she was in pain. She could see through the cracks in the craft's frame a red glow in the distance but no sounds. The air was very hard to breath and the temperature was high. She had no idea how long she had been there or what time of day it was or where she was really.

She thought she might have bitten the big one this time. Throughout her life she had always done risky things and lived to tell the story. Her luck might have run out this time. She tried to move but the pain prevented much more than a small readjustment of her arms. She was trapped in the crumpled cargo hold of a crashed rescue craft. So who rescues the crew of a rescue craft that is trying to rescue the survivors of the war to end all wars? It didn't look good even to a wisecracking eternal optimist.

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Acting now more human than animal.

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'Mankiller' the alpha male of wolf pack roaming the wilderness in the Late Pleistocene had a mission. His world had been turned upside down by the war between two packs of humans. Mankiller was ancient, he remembered when men first encroached into his hunting grounds. They brought in technology making his coordinated attacks ineffective . . . he had to retreat further and further into the depths of the wilderness to protect his progeny. Gone now were the automated sensors and traps that kept them far from humans.

His pack could have easily kept hunting the remaining megafauna because after the war many were crippled and vulnerable. This was not Mankiller's desire, he wanted human prey. They had already found some human survivors and dispatched them quickly, not even stopping to feed . . . they were obsessed with the blood sport. Acting now more human than animal.

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why has no one responded to this crazy shit!?!?
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I don't know, you tell me?

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Like it george hf carry on!
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why has no one responded to this crazy shit!?!?
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Thanks! It seems to write itself. Lol!
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The blood lust was driving him now more than ever.

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Sue, now more desperate than ever had began to yell for help and struggle to free herself from the material pinning her down.

Mankiller instinctively alerted on Sue's cry for help. The pack topped the hill and saw the wreckage below. The craft was ruptured and badly damaged in the front. On quick inspection from a distance Mankiller saw no movement in or around the craft. Apparently the surviving crew had either been picked up by a rescue craft themselves or left on foot. The only clue of life was Sue's cry for help.

Sue heard something coming from outside but there were no voices . . . she immediately sensed danger and stopped yelling and struggling. Holding her breath she looked around in the dim light for anything that looked like a weapon. She saw just out of her reach a flare gun in a holster and the explosive flare canisters attached to the web belt on each side of the holster. She had to reach it!

Mankiller set his pack to digging around the base of the craft where he could visualize a rupture . . . he could smell the fear being generated inside and started to howl. The blood lust was driving him now more than ever.

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If I shoot it in this enclosed space I might be the only casualty!

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Back at the Alliance underground shelter Jim was reviewing the after action recon report and how the first craft had to make an emergency crash landing. All crew members were later picked up with only minor injuries, he was so happy he had prevented Sue Grammar from going on the mission. He couldn't wait to tell Sue at the next planning meeting "I told you so!"

Sue began feeling with her free hands for something to reach the web belt. With each movement a pain exploded in her left side. She bit her lips to remain as quite as possible.

Through a wide crack in the bulkhead she saw for the first time the eyes of the apex predator. She knew immediately being quiet was no longer necessary. Sue, yelled and tried with all her strength to lung for the flare gun. Her adrenaline now surged and her pain was drowned by her desperation . . . to her surprise her hands reached the belt and she pulled herself out of the material pinning her down.

Sue pulled the gun out of the holster, opened it by breaking it into the familiar L-shape she had been instructed to do in survival training and put a flare canister in the breach. Now what? Good God! This canister is designed to fly 1500 feet into the air and ignite while floating slowly down attached to a small parachute. If I shoot it in this enclosed space I might be the only casualty!
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Pay specific attention to an ancient script supplied by Silver.

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Ben proclaims: Moonbeam, are you with us?

"Yes, Ben. From my chronometer I have been unconscious for two weeks and five days. Have you updated my history files to reflect what has happened since I went into stasis?"

Yes, Moonbeam, Peggy and I have some important analysis and research to accomplish, are you up to the task?

"Yes."

Please access all historical data, logs, artifacts and cultural items in search of information and predictions regarding the comet strike that ended the first high human civilization. Pay specific attention to an ancient script supplied by Silver.
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a fiction but a truth
seems like a flashing in many times dreams


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a fiction but a truth
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I have no idea how we could get help from her.

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Do you have a preliminary report Moonbeam, Peggy inquired.

"Yes, I am successfully reviewing the new histories you have made available. The manuscript supplied by Silver is problematic . . . It is either encrypted or has no relevance to the question you asked. I do note that Sue Grammar Professor of Ancient Antiquities and member of the World Alliance War Planning Council is the only authoritative expert on the subject."

Oh yeah. That is Mona's good friend, Sue. Boy! Ben exclaimed: I have no idea how we could get help from her.

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Professor of Antiquities found half baked in makeshift Dutch Oven . . .

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Mankiller could see the human female caged in the wreck. He could feel her fear but senses her resolve and intelligence. This might not be the routine kill he and his pack of killers had recently become accustomed too.

The floor in the front portion of the storage hold had peeled back on itself like the sole of an old shoe ripped from its threads and creased . . . the front half lying under the back half. Sue seeing Mankiller's eyes through a wide crack could hear the pack frantically digging in the hard earth to get under the metal bulkhead in the front of the compartment. The only thing between them and Sue was a few feet of earth and about 20 feet of cluttered space between the front of the hold and where Sue was barricaded up against the wall in the back.

Sue's mind was racing. The door behind her was jammed shut in the crash and there was no way out . . . she would eventually have to use the flare gun or allow the wolves a free meal. A flash came to Sue's demented mind 'Professor of Antiquities found half baked in makeshift Dutch Oven and was a delightful meal for a passing pack of hungry wolfs.' God! Where do I get these ideas!

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The last thing she experienced was the flash of the flare and the intense heat from the phosphorus.

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Sue, was watching in horror as several paws were becoming visible digging frantically under the metal bulkhead in the front of the hold.

Well. Guess I need to time this perfectly, once the canister is fired there is a pause between the launch and the ignition of the flare. I can either try to target one animal with the canister or just fire before the group gets in and hope the heat from the flare will discourage them. Maybe, just maybe, I can reload and get another round off.

Sue, could see Mankiller getting closer to the craft, his eyes staring into hers looking through the wide breach. He was enjoying the thought of ripping this human female apart while she was still alive and screaming.

Sue picked up the flare gun with both hands and aimed at the area where the paws were digging. (She thought: at least I don't have to experience anymore of those infernal cramps every month!) She then immediately turned and fired through the large fissure in the bulkhead . . . hitting Mankiller square in the chest. He immediately fell back as the canister's propellant drove the flare casing deep into his body.

Sue, immediately reloaded and fired toward the paws under the front bulkhead. The last thing she experienced was the flash of the flare and the intense heat from the phosphorus.

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George B .... you are getting into "The Path" via cellular memory, it would seem ....
much as you did with me ... and perhaps more of us as you progress ..
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I don't want to come around, are you some kind of sadist?

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Sue was smiling to herself thinking she got the last laugh on the ancient Mankiller. Was she dead, where was the tunnel of light? She had a list of things to do when she died . . . one was to look up her old bed buddy from the Atlantis Alliance. She had been told when young that you got a perfect body after you died. She couldn't wait to see if her tattoo was missing. Ouch! That freaking hurt! Damn!

Someone was sticking an IV needle in her left arm and shinning a bright light in her left eye. This was not a good sign. She was liking the idea of being dead.

"Wake up Sue. Wake up. You OK? "

Hell no! Leave me be!

When Sue was able to focus her vision she saw a man and woman that looked like Mona's parents. Now, I know I'm dead. Ben and Peggy Lisa went missing from the Moon Research Center along with Moonbeam before Space City went up in smoke.

"Sue, drink some water it will help you come around."

I don't want to come around, are you some kind of sadist?
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There is no way I could have escaped that pack of wolves.

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Sue then realized that Ben and Peggy were there to welcome her to heaven, that must be it!

Ben, Peggy. It is so sweet for the two of you to welcome me. Moan, I mean Mona isn't here too . . . is she?

Peggy quickly responded: "No dear."

So this is the holding area for heaven? When do you take me for a quick tour?

Ben chimed in: "You are in Shambhala, heaven no."

OK, you are kidding aren't you? I'm dead and so are both of you, right! There is no way I could have escaped that pack of wolves.
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Someone they didn't know had most likely taken Sue.

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Back at the Alliance shelter Jim finally figured out Sue was missing. It became immediately apparent she was a stowaway on the first rescue mission. The Alliance immediately launched a mission to locate Sue.

They found the downed craft surrounded by ten dead wolves. Seven of which had arrows in their bodies. One, the largest was nearest to a large hole cut into the side of the storage hold from the outside in. The large wolf was burned away from his chest forward. There was no Sue. A search was made for several miles in a grid surrounding the ruined craft. The search was called off. Someone they didn't know had most likely taken Sue.

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DNA entanglement in quantum mechanics

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So Levie. . . the vision is symbolic and could have been sent from anywhere including Earth? And since it is about the Earth, that is the most likely source. Correct?

"On the nose, M!"

Who could it be?

"Experiments have shown similar DNA sequencing attracts similar entanglements in quantum experiments. "

Levie, that means the vision could be from my parents and or your sister Moonbeam or both . . . I think we are getting somewhere.
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What she saw next was the strangest of all the visions thus far. . . .

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While Mona and Levie were in a deep conversation about the source and interpretation of the visions. Mona was jolted by the odor and flash of light. What she saw next was the strangest of all the visions thus far. . . .

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Something has upset or has impressed your mother to send such a strong message.

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Levie, did you receive the image I just received.

"Yes, I just received the image. It appears to be from your Mother and she is viewing a scene of violence. A image of two persons possibly Ancients or pre-humans attacking a lupine species that is walking on its hind haunches. One archer is a red headed female and the other is a blond headed male.

Levie, what do make of the image.

"Something has upset or has impressed your mother to send such a strong message. This seems to confirm your Mother is alive and involved with exciting events."

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She will make an excellent addition to the Prometheus Council.

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Silver returned to the laboratory to look in on Sue Grammar. Silver was wearing her Ancient garb with a bow over her shoulder and a quiver of arrows. She had earlier brought Sue to the lab (unconscious but very alive) and briefed the Doctors Lisa on what had happened.

Peggy could never figure why a woman named Silver had such red hair. Silver's companion (an elvish blond young man) was by her side.

Sue looked up at Silver and asked if there was a costume party going on? Or what?

Silver laughed and just turned and left.

Peggy had asked: Silver, how did you find Sue and know where to look?

Silver had responded: "our prophets had foretold of Sue's coming ordeal with ManKiller and the Guardianship's need for her knowledge . . the quantum sight led us to the downed rescue craft. Sue is an exceptionally strong person . . . few others would have survived until we got there. She will make an excellent addition to the Prometheus Council."

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Excuse me, but Me thinks the World has come to an end so what is there left to save?"

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Dr Sue Grammar, Professor of Antiquities, Member of the World Alliance War Planning Council, dispatcher of ManKiller, and future initiate of the Prometheus Council was beginning to get her sea legs back under her.

Ever ready to make a wisecrack she began to inquire seriously about her surroundings.

"Since I am not dead? Why in God's name am I here? "

Ben spoke first: Well, you see Sue. We have this puzzle given to us from the first human concubine of Prometheus and you might be the key to solving the damn thing. Did I mention that if we don't the World could end?

"Let me see. Concubine, Prometheus, Puzzle, Me, the World could end. Is that about right? Excuse me, but Me thinks the World has come to an end. So what is there left to save?"

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OK, I'm willing to help! But can I eat first?

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"Well Ben, I just spent the afternoon with a canine with one bad attitude not to mention a few of his buddies. So you might want to go a bit slower so my brain can catch up."

Oh, let me do it Ben. Peggy took over. What do you know of the Voynich Manuscript? Could it have an encrypted, coded message within its contents?

"It could."

How do we find out? We have less than two years to figure this thing out.

"OK, I'm willing to help! But can I eat first? Please!"
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this is impressive

now somehow we start to understand
how tale etc could be our own story ...
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this is impressive

now somehow we start to understand
how tale etc could be our own story ...
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Thanks! Glad you are enjoying the journey. ohyeah
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At the time we didn't have a tool like Moonbeam to help us parse it out . . .

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After Sue ate about a pound of boiled shrimp, a three pound steamed lobster and three cups of kelp and sea urchin soup she was ready to listen and talk.

Sue started: "I once did some deep looking into this Ancient V manuscript. There was always significant debate over its age and contents. It appears to be a catalogue of plants that don't exist in exquisite detail and other nonsensical stuff.

Point being, we were looking into the possibility it was a code book of sorts.

At the time we didn't have a tool like Moonbeam to help us parse it out. Since Moonbeam is part of our investigation team, I am confident we can break into its secrets. Especially since we know for a fact (having confirmation) of its specific age and origin.

Yes, confirmed by Prometheus's own bed buddy. Take it from me . . . it gets no more confirmed than that!"

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